From 3G to 3D: rise of the holographic phone

  • PopPress
  • May 7, 2014
  • StopPress Team
From 3G to 3D: rise of the holographic phone

Apple recently filed a patent for a holographic display, leading to much speculation about the technology being included in future models. And Mike Ko, who has created a whole heap of very cool animations for very big companies, has tried to visualise that. 

As it says on Fast Company: 

The short clip, called Diorama, simulates what it might look like if images left the iPhone screen and floated in the air. It’s cute on its own, but just imagine reaching in and moving those tiny cars around by hand--maybe even changing their tiny tires and honking their tiny horns, and unintentionally causing a tiny accident that makes you feel a tiny bit guilty for ruining the tiny lives of a tiny family.

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Eat the ice cream

  • PopPress
  • September 20, 2017
  • StopPress Team
Eat the ice cream

Ice cream, it's a delicious frozen treat that's typically presented in a joyful light, but that's not the case for Halo Top. The ice cream brand has opted for an unsettling and creepy ad instead.

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